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Rameshbhai of London Has FLown to Baba

12 June 2019

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

This is to share the news that Rameshbhai Patel (Sureshbhai) from London left the physical body on Wednesday 29 May 2019 at 8pm.  He had a severe headache and his wife, Jasuben, called the ambulance and he passed away on the way to hospital, although he was very fit physically and there were no known problems.

Rameshbhai was born in Kampala, Uganda in 1938 and emigrated to the UK in 1972. He took gyan in 1977 and Rameshbhai and his wife, Jasuben, were both regular BK student at Upton Park centre when Anuradhaben and Shahbhai were co-ordinating the subcentre. In the last few years they had moved to Greenford, and were regular students at GCH.

Rameshbhai was a sweet and kind-hearted person and a father-figure to many. He was very humble and lived an uncomplicated life. Rameshbhai took very good care of his wife Jasuben who had cancer and health issues. He leaves behind a loving wife, Jasuben, two sons, Divyant and Ketan, and three grandchildren, Kaysha, Raahi and Rishill.

Rameshbhai’s funeral took place on Thursday 6 June at Hendon Crematorium. We send all our good wishes and love, in Baba's remembrance, to such a special soul and his family.

With much love,

In Baba’s yaad,

BK Jayanti

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Brahma Kumaris Offer Tribute to Rajayogi BK Sarla, Condolence Message from PM and Vice President of India

11 June 2019
Source: BRAHMA KUMARIS HQ Daily News! Edition of 07 June 2019 

Abu Road (Rajasthan): Thousands of Brahma Kumars and Brahma Kumaris from different parts of the globe gathered together to offer loving tribute to Rajayogini Sarla Didi at “Prakash Stambh – Tower of Light” in the Shantivan Campus at the Headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed his condolence on the demise of Rajyogini Sarla Didi associated with the Brahma Kumaris. The Prime Minister sent a message via Twitter saying, “Deeply pained by the demise of Rajyogini Sarla Didi Ji, associated with the Brahma Kumaris family. She embodied hard work, service and compassion. I am fortunate to have always received her good wishes. My thoughts are with @brahmakumarisHQ family and her followers. Om Shanti.”

The last rites of Sarla Didi took place today at the Brahma Kumaris Headquarters.




Respected BK Sarla Didi of Ahmedabad has Passed Away

06 June 2019

Dear Sisters and Brothers all over the globe, Please accept hearty Godly love and remembrances from Madhuban-Shantivan. 


This is to inform you that our very, very senior and divine sister Brahma Kumari Sarla Didiji had been hospitalised in Ahmedabad for almost 2 weeks; as per drama, she renounced her chariot at 12.30pm on 6 June 2019, and flew to the Subtle Region.


Respected Didi Sarla was one of the most popular Brahma Kumari instruments in the Yagya, while being one of the Members of the Management Committee, Gujarat Zonal Incharge, as well as Chairperson of Scientists and Engineers Wing of Rajyoga Education & Research Foundation.


Her motherly divine personage and very loving care of everyone had endeared her to one and all. Her dedication towards Dadi Prakashmaniji, Dadi Jankiji, Dadi Gulzarji, Dadi Ratan Mohiniji, Dadi Ishu and other senior sisters and brothers was commendable. Her spiritual sustenance of hundreds of BK sisters and brothers was instrumental in creating a large number of dedicated, as well as loving and cooperative souls. She was always welcomed and given great regard by Shri Narendra Modiji, PM of India, Chief Ministers, Governors, and other Ministers of Gujarat, especially during the festival of Raksha Bandhan and other mega Godly Service programmes.


The final rites will take place on 7 June, further details of which will be sent later. 

We extend our heart-felt respects and divine love to the angelic soul of Didi Sarlaji.


On Spiritual Seva,

B.K. Nirwair


Please watch Documentary Film (Prerna) of BK Sarla Didi. (Hindi only. No English subtitles.) Click on the below image to play the video.



Tributes to Sarla Didi

Message for Sarla Didi from Dadi Janki - 6th June 2019 - 7.25 am London time

Dear Jewels,  Om shanti and greetings.

Dadi was just now lying in bed and asked for a picture of Brahma Baba to be placed beside her on her bed (usually, the picture would be behind the curtains beside Dadi's bed).  Then Dadi asked for the globe (rotating globe that Dadi received as a gift from Mohiniben (New York).  Giving sakaash to Sarla Didi and the world, Dadi then requested that she would like to send a message for Sarla Didi to the world.  The message Dadi specially recorded for Sarla Didi is downloadable here and written below:

Gujarat seva’s instrument Sarlaben,  I don’t call you Benji, Didi, I call you Sarla.  You are my first Didi that Baba gave me for service in Gujarat.  This drama is predestined that in our effort for becoming karmateet and vikarmajeet, Sarla, you have been a good companion in this.  You are an example in front of everyone.  You have never been caught in the spin of Maya nor allowed anyone to be caught in it.  You are an instrument who is a conqueror of Maya and a conqueror of the world.  

On behalf of everyone, please accept my remembrance.

I am lying in bed and Sarla, you are also lying in bed, with me, are you not?

Om shanti.  Om shanti.  Om shanti.  Thank you.

With lots of love from Dadi Janki,
Jasu Ladva 


Condolence Message from BK Brijmohan, Addl. Secretary General & Chief Spokesperson of Brahma Kumaris, Mt. Abu

Dear Brahmin Family, Om Shanti.

Presently I am in Malaysia. When I learnt that our beloved Sister Sarla Didi left her mortal coil on 6 June 2019 and enquired details of how it suddenly happened. I remembered ‘Drama’.

I came in contact with Sarla Didi more than three decades ago when my kidney operation was performed in Ahmedabad and I stayed at Sukh Shanti Bhawan. Thereafter we have been regularly meeting on various occasions, particularly as Members of the Brahma Kumaris Management Committee.

Sarla Didi had great administrative abilities. Her face reflected dignity, royalty and spiritual personality. She was a person of few words and always spoke softly and sweetly. She was a firm believer in building consensus.

Since I am based in Delhi, Sarla Didi came all the way to introduce us with Shri Narendrabhai Modi, when he first became the Prime Minister and moved to Delhi from Gujarat. In personal relationship, I found Sarla Didi to be always generous, accommodating, loving and decisive.

My loving homage to the great soul who built-up a strong network of service centres in Gujarat Zone of Brahma Kumaris.

In the service of humanity,

BK Brijmohan  
Addl. Secretary-General
Brahma Kumaris, Mount Abu
Editor, Monthly 'Purity' Spiritual News Magazine of Brahma Kumaris
Chairperson, Politicians' Service Wing
Rajyoga Education & Research Foundation 


Bhog message for Sarla Didi – by Shashiben – 7th June 2019

Om shanti.  Today, as I reached the subtle region, carrying the remembrance of all of you, especially all the Madhuban niwasi Dadis, Senior brothers and all senior teachers of the Gujarat Zone, I saw the subtle region was beautifully decorated with lights.  What did I see after a few seconds?  Baba was coming from a distance from one side and on the other side, there was a path beautifully decorated with flowers on either side and Sarla Didi was coming from that side.  As she was passing by the flowers, the flowers came alive and were welcoming her and creating a very beautiful design.  As she reached Baba, Baba said: Come, My daughter who is seated on My heart-throne, come!  Baba said: “My daughter seated on My heart-throne” with a lot of love.   As Baba said this, both His arms opened and formed a throne, and in that, I saw Baba’s and Didi’s form.  From up above, there was a beautiful fountain of light falling on them and they were being decorated beautifully.  Baba was smiling and Didi asked: What is happening?  Baba said: Child, today, even the angels from the subtle region are showing their love and the feelings in their hearts and minds.  These rays of light of their feelings and love were decorating Didi very beautifully.  What did Baba show me then?

There were three very beautifully decorated circles (dias).  The first one had different pictures, the second one had various items of decorations.  The third one had a small plant in it.  Baba said: Child, look at what this is? Didi was very detached and lovely as she was looking at it.  The first circle which had the different pictures were of all of those from Gujarat, from the top level to the bottom level, of ministers, VIPs and many other souls who were served (by Didi).  She had given them so much love that they came close to the yagya and had some attainment from the yagya.  So, today, they were sharing the feelings of their heart in different ways.

What did the second dias reveal?  The dias had various items of decoration.  Baba said: This child has used her virtues and qualities and through her interaction and actions, she has been an example and has created the lives of many souls, and on this day, she is considering her live to have been great and completely transformed.  That it has taken her to greatness.

On the third dias, there was a small plant, and just as Baba asked her to look at it, in a few moments, that small plant became very big and every branch was beautifully decorated with lights, and it kept on growing.  She was looking at it wondering what it was.  Baba smiled.  She asked: Baba, what is this?  Baba said: Child, Baba had this bhavna in you and sowed the seed with a pure thought, in Gujarat, and that seed was made so fruitful and so elevated, that today, not just Gujarat, but the whole world, a lot of service has taken place in the world from Gujarat.  So, today, all the souls of the world are visible on this tree, in the form of lights.  She was very detached and lovely and said to Baba: Baba, all of this was Your work.  As she said this, Baba gave her a garland, and as she was looking at each flower in the garland, she was wondering who is in which number.

Baba asked: Child, which number are you in?  Every time Didi would look at a garland/rosary, she would try and figure out who is in which number.  Baba asked her: Child, tell Me, which number are you in?  She said: Baba, wherever You sit me, I will sit in that number.   As she said that, all the jewels of the advanced party came in front and all the Dadis and seniors who are instruments at present came in front and all were showering her with flowers.  Baba said: All those who have gone into the advanced party, Mama, Dadi, Didi and many others, this child has served all of them altruistically with so much and because of this love, she was so close to all of them, that together with Baba, each one had Didi’s love merged in their hearts.  Today, they had all come to the subtle region to give a return of that love.  I then had a thought in my mind.  Have all of these souls of the advanced party come to take Didi?  Baba said: What are you thinking?  I replied: You took Didi away so quickly.  Baba was smiling and those of the advanced party were also looking on.  Baba said: Baba and drama knows what is the part of this soul.  Within the drama, from the beginning, this soul has played a special part, and even now, till the last moment, she has been playing a special part, and Baba and drama is giving her a special part now too.  Baba, the children and those of the advance party know what she is going to do now because from the beginning, the child has always been saying “Ha ji”, she has always been co-operative with everyone, a tireless server, humble and didn’t have the slightest ego and gave everyone love from her heart.  She has been doing all of this, and she has prepared the land of Gujarat with these qualities, and she had a special part in all the service that took place in all the land that was prepared.  I then had a thought: Baba, Didi was in bed for so long, so I asked her: Didi, why were you in bed for so long?  She replied: I was not lying in bed.  Baba put me to sleep in the swing of love, and every day, Baba was giving me different experiences every day while swinging me in the swing, and together with that, Baba took to me to many countries of the world.  Then Baba would tell me what service needs to be done in which corner.  I then thought: Didi, which corner are you going to serve in?  Baba said: Continue to sow seeds of pure thoughts in every corner.  Sow the seeds of pure thoughts in every corner and the fruit is already emerged.  Just as the child prepared such a big tree here with her elevated feelings and with the seeds of pure thoughts, now everyone in the world has to do the same.  I then said: You came here without taking leave and you didn’t tell anyone.  She replied: Leave?  Leave?  She said this twice.  I said: All your service companions and Dadis are saying this.  She said: I didn’t come with leave, but Baba called me to the subtle region and I was just enjoying this leave.  Everyday, I was having a new experience at a new place, every day Baba would show me of the future service that is to take place in the foreign lands and in Bharat.  I was feeling like I was attaining a lot.  Then Baba said: Though it seemed to everyone that the child was just sleeping, but from the beginning, she had the habit of serving through pure vibrations, she continued to do that in an incognito form while lying there.  In the last moments, she did not have any feeling of any type of pain or suffering of karma through the body.   Baba said: In this Brahmin life, this child has played a special part – whenever anyone, whether a maharathi or a small child was not well, she stood by them tirelessly.  The co-operation and love that she gave each one, her account of blessings has been accumulated so much that from the beginning to the end, she never felt any type of sorrow or difficulty through her body.  I said: Baba, in the end… Baba said: No, she was completely detached and lovely.  She has served others in their health and because of that service, she has always bene healthy, and she settled the karmic accounts of her body, namesake, through the body.  I then said: Baba, everyone has sent their remembrance and I have also brought bhog.  Didi had not eaten for a long time.  So Didi said: Baba called me to Him in the subtle region, not just fed me, but filled me with all types of sweetness and I didn’t even feel that I had not eaten.  I said: Everyone has sent it with a lot of love.  Baba said: Today, Baba is going to make this child accept bhog with His own hands.  As Baba began to offer her, she said: Call everyone, call all the Dadis, all the teachers, all the sisters and brothers.  Baba then made all of them emerge.  All around Baba were the advance party souls, Dadis, senior brothers and instruments of the present time.  On the other side were the main instrument teachers of Gujarat and other brothers and sisters who were her service companions.  As Baba gave drishti, and Didi touched the bhog, it appeared in front of everyone and they all accepted it with a lot of love.  Then she asked: Are all of you happy?  See, I ate the bhog.  You saw Baba was feeding me.  She was speaking very sweetly in this way.

I then asked: Do you want to say anything?  All the teachers have come.  She said: Baba, You tell them.  Baba especially said: The Father has been proud of Gujarat from the beginning.  As well as having pride, Dadi’s had a right over Gujarat from the beginning.  They had a right and pride in Gujarat whenever they asked anything of Didi and she would make it happen practically in one second.  She demonstrated practically carrying out whatever Baba and the Dadis said, doing it with love, and because of this, the account of blessings has continued to increase all over Gujarat.

Then Baba said: The speciality of Gujarat is unity.  Baba said to Didi: Child, this unity was also very good, and now they have to become an example of unity in front of the whole world, and just as Baba said: Unity and example, a very beautiful circle of all the sisters emerged in front of Baba.  It was as if a chain of all the sisters was formed.  Baba said: This is a chain of unity and no one can break it.  Let this chain always exist as an example.  Let it inspire others to become like this also.  Then I said: Your service companions from the centre, those who served you at the hospital, all have sent their vibrations through their pure thoughts, and all the brothers and sisters from Gujarat have sent love and remembrance, so she said: All of them belong to Baba.  Just as Baba had the pure thought. She said: Baba, Let them all stay under the canopy of Your protection and Baba spread out His arm and all of them came under that canopy.  Baba said: Whatever happens, put that in front of Baba and the instruments, and you will feel as though you are under the canopy of the Father’s protection.  The Father is proud, the whole divine family is proud.  Then, Didi gave everyone remembrance.  I then told her: All your beloved daughters who have always been with you at all time - Nehaben, Amarben and all the other kumaris, all of them are saying that it feels empty and are missing you.  She said to Baba: Baba, call them, and Baba made all of them emerge and catching hold of everyone’s hands, she put them in Baba’s hands.  Baba will make you do everything.  Baba is with you.  She said: Everyone gave me a lot of love, especially all the main sisters and brothers of the whole zone, she sent lots of remembrance for all of them.  I then came back.       

* * * Om shanti * * *

Listen to the Bhog Message in Hindi





News of Sister Gladys of Leeds, UK

28 May 2019

Dear Brothers & Sisters,


This is to share news that Sister Gladys of Leeds, UK, Baba’s special gentle, loving and powerful soul, flew into Baba’s lap at 1.10 pm on Wednesday 22nd May. She was aged 95.


Gladys was born in Leeds in 1924. She was a telephonist in the army during the second-world war and was posted down to South Heighton near Newhaven; where she worked in a secret military communication station deep under the Sussex downs. She met and married a Canadian soldier just after the war and as a ’War Bride’ went to live in Canada in 1946 where she raised four children. The family then moved back to Leeds in 1962.


Gladys took the Raja Yoga Course at an Adult Education evening class in 1982.  One of her fellow students was Cherry from Coventry. She had the fortune of visiting Madhuban and meeting Baba.


Gladys was also instrumental for her daughter Susan coming into Gyan a couple of years after Gladys, when she saw the positive change it was having on her Mother.


Gladys got on with everyone, always seeing their best. An accurate and ever ready soul, she worked tirelessly in Baba’s house in Leeds, cleaning the house from top to bottom and making tolis – her ‘Melting Moment’ biscuits were ‘world famous’!  Gladys was also the ‘go to’ centre caretaker when David or Susan were away and was an instrument for many years to run an afternoon ‘Health and Harmony’ class for close friends of the centre.


Up untill the age of 90 Gladys lived independently in her own flat until she had a bad fall after which she then moved into a care home. For the last 5 years Gladys had been in and out of hospital, bravely overcoming and facing the many challenges to her body. Susan visited her mother daily both in the hospital and care home making sure she received the best possible care.

Everyone who knew Gladys, including the staff who cared for her, were touched by her lightness, sense of humour, kindness and sweet nature. She had a lot of love for Baba and the Murli and in her final months still found some way of sharing Baba’s wisdom. Baba has now called the soul for some special service.


The funeral will take place on Friday 14th June at 11.00 am at Lawnswood Crematorium, Otley Rd, Leeds, LS16 6AH. Those who wish to attend, please email Leeds centre in the first instance.


With love in Baba’s yaad,
Leeds BK family




News of Brother Medet from Turkey

16 May 2019

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

Brother Medet Genel took Gyan in Istanbul in 2005. He quickly became a firm, regular student of Baba and had a deep love and interest in spiritual study and understanding the depth of Gyan.

He was a keen karma yogi and a much loved member of Baba's family in Turkey, with his easy going and yogi nature.

Those who attended the retreats in Antalya may remember him in the kitchen, where he was the bread maker.

Medet moved to a town near Izmir for lokik family reasons and had been undergoing treatment for cancer for a couple of years. The soul left the body on 29 April 2019.

His wife, son and two daughters supported his BK life and continue to be close to the Brahmin family in Turkey. We send love and light to the soul and his family.

With love and regards,

In Baba's remembrance,

Yogesh, on behalf of the family in Turkey

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News of Sister Anne of Holland

16 May 2019

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

Our sister Anne was in her late forties when she came to the Brahma Kumaris and instantly recognised the essence of truth and love. She then spiritually surrendered herself to Baba and service.

Anne has been an example of a soul with pure intentions and a lot of love for a spiritual lifestyle. With great precision, she followed Baba’s Maryadas, not taking anything for granted or considering it to be negotiable. 

Her purity, cleanliness and love for perfection made her into an accurate instrument for others at several BK-centres where she served for over 20 years.

With her lightness, dry sense of humour and her ability to put things into perspective she managed to live a life of fulfilment, contentment and happiness.

Her immense love for God and service and her strong commitment to the task brought many treasures to the yagya. She supported Madhuban and the international yagya in a practical way by contributing to a number of projects.

A few years ago, Anne was diagnosed with cancer. Last year, when the disease had spread to other organs, she eventually had to be accommodated in a hospice for palliative care. During that time, she was surrounded by her spiritual sisters making sure that she got pure food to eat. They were meditating in her room and sometimes even through the night.

However, after 3.5 months she managed to return to Baba’s House in Arnhem and was able to serve there till her last breath.

On the 10th of May the soul left peacefully, totally ready for her new service task, carrying the fruit of her selfless service with her.

Jacqueline and the Dutch Family

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BK Bala Behn, Incharge of New Delhi, Vikaspuri-H Block has left for Avyakt Vatan

8 May 2019

Om Shanti Divine Angels,

Receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.

Rajyogini Brahma Kumari Bala Behn (Laukik Age- 58 Years), In-charge of Brahma Kumaris, New Delhi Vikaspuri H Block Sub-centre has left for Avyakt Vatan on 07-05-2019.

Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.



Richard Vega of Peace Village Has Left the Body

2 May 2019

Richard Vega, a resident of the Peace Village Retreat Center in Haines Falls, New York, left the body and flew to Baba’s lap.  He had surgery a week ago to correct his upper respiratory tract.  He died of natural causes and was discovered in bed in his room at Peace Village on May 1 at 9:30 in the morning. He was 55. 

Richard grew up in Tampa, Florida, and came to the Brahma Kumaris at the Mind’s Eye Museum in Tampa in 1988.  He moved to Peace Village in 2008, where he lived year-round and supported the overall operations of Peace Village.  Richard was a gentle soul, who was known for his silence, quiet nature and accuracy in being on time for whatever responsibility he was given. Richard is survived by a brother, Fausto Vega. 

There is a private cremation on Friday and a celebration of Richard’s life scheduled for Saturday, May 11, 2019, at Peace Village.



Kailash Mata of Pandav Bhawan, Mount Abu has Passed Away

1 May 2019

Beloved Bapdada's loving child Kailash Mataji left her old body in Ahmedabad on 27th April at 3:20 pm and went into the lap of BabaDada.  She and her lokik husband, Brother Sunderlal, received sustenance from Brahma Baba and Mamma and have been dedicated in service to the Yagya since 1986 -- along with their two daughters, Sister Kusum and Sister Suman. Brother Sunder Lal left his old body in Madhuban some time ago. Sister Kusum has expanded service very well in Bokaro, Jharkhand.

Kailash Mata's age was 83 years. For some time she had not been feeling well and was being treated a hospital in Ahmedabad. The body was brought to Madhuban on the 27th and on 28th April, the soul was taken to all the four dhams of Pandav Bhawan and given a last farewell in the presence of her lokik and alokik family members.




Brother Tyagi of Delhi Has Flown to Baba

18 April 2019

Respected Divine Brother, BK Tyagi was a loving and tirelessly serviceable child of Bapdada, who was born on 13th November 1917 in Uttar Pradesh. In 1956, while attending a talk by Mama in Kanpur, he had a vision of a her as a goddess and became a dedicated child. He was fortunate to receive spiritual sustenance directly from Mama and Brahma Baba. Due to that nourishment, he became instrumental for many mothers and kumaris to surrender to the Yagya.

In 1978, he surrendered his daughter (Sister Geeta, center in charge, Navsari, Gujrat) to the Yagya and surrendered himself as well at the Delhi - Shakti Nagar center, becoming a right hand of Brother Jagdish in service.  For four years, for the benefit of his health, he also stayed in Madhuban. For the past seven years, following inspirations from Bapdada and Dadi Janki, he served through his powerful yoga vibrations at Navsari, Gujarat.

He left his old body on 13th April 2019 and went into the lap of Bapdada. He was the embodiment of solitude and renunciation, just like his name. The entire Brahmin family pays their deepest respects to him.



Br Nick Gent of Ireland has Flown to Baba

1 April 2019

Dear Family,

Loving greetings.  We are sharing news of Brother Nick Gent of Ireland.  Nick knew that there was some sort of tumour in November last year, but things rapidly deteriorated over the past two weeks and especially over the past 2 days. The soul flew away to Baba on Sunday 31 March at 2.15am.

Nick was born in Newbridge, Co Kildare, Ireland on 6 December 1952, the middle one of three brothers.  He studied geology in University College Dublin.  He then worked on oil rigs in the Far East.

Nick studied Hatha Yoga and then travelled to India and it was in South India in 1978 that he met the Brahma Kumaris and took the 7 days course.  Very soon afterwards he made his first visit to Madhuban.  He then returned to London to prepare for service in Ireland.

For over 30 years Nick was Baba’s very dedicated instrument in Ireland running the centre in Dublin.  He brought many good souls to Baba and served many, many more.  He had constant enthusiasm for service.  He was tireless in giving sustenance to souls in whatever way he could.  He was friendly with everyone, including with children.

In 2014 a non-residential centre was opened in the centre of Dublin and Nick moved to Rooskey where he stayed with Vera, herself a long term, faithful child of Baba.  He continued to be very active in all aspects of Baba’s service in several areas of the country.

Nick will be remembered for his unfailing optimism in the face of any challenge.  He continually used gyan to remain cheerful and light.  Nick had many motherly qualities and many will remember his cooking and baking with love and delicious delight!  Nothing was ever too much trouble.  He was firm and steadfast on Baba’s Shrimat.

Many have sent messages saying how deeply Nick had touched their lives and how much they had learned from him.

The final farewell to Nick will take place as follows:

Reposing on Monday 1 April in Connell's Funeral Home, Church St, Longford, N39 KN66, from 2.00pm until 3.30pm followed by removal to Lakeland Crematorium, Dublin Rd, Cavan, for cremation at 5.00pm.

We fondly remember our brother and send all our loving good wishes for his onward journey.

With love

In Baba’s yaad

BK Jayanti

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Brother Ishwar of Pandav Bhawan has left his body

23 March 2019

All of you must know this dearly loved, tireless child of Bapdada, who had been dedicatedly serving in Madhuban since 1977. Since Om Shanti Bhawan was built, he had been very lovingly serving as a “Guide” of Omshanti Bhawan. He used to meet and greet the brothers and sisters visiting the Bhawan with love, share stories of Baba with them and also provide groups with other guides for service. He also took care of the cleanliness of the Bhawan. He was very convincing and was loving to all brothers.

Since sometime he had been facing health issues but still he was always available for service.  On March 19 or 20 he was admitted to the hospital for treatment. On Friday, March 22 at 5.20 AM, he left his old body and went into the lap of Bapdada. His physical age was 76 years. He was from Gujarat. His lokik family has reached. Today (22nd March) in the evening, after completing the journey of the four Dhams of Madhuban, the last rites of the body will be performed. All Madhuban residents and Godly family members offer their affection to the departed soul.



BhavnaBehn of DelRay, Florida USA has flown to Baba

20 February 2019

Tributes to Bhavna Bhen 10 August 1952 - 17 February 2019

Bhavna Bhen grew up as Barbara Gail Altz, in Yonkers, NY. Her beloved mother's name was Elva and her father's name was Leo.  She was raised with her older sisters, Linda and Karen and her younger brother, Harold. Since her mother was Catholic and her father was Jewish, Bhavna went on to explore religion in her own way.  It was important to her to know God - so much so that even though Bhavna couldn't afford the tuition, she still found a way to Hebrew lessons at the synagogue so she could learn more.  Even though formal education really didn't hold Bhavna's attention, she always  yearned for training in the arts, and she was artistically talented throughout her life.  Her creativity knew no bounds. 

When she was younger, Bhavna loved being the one in the spotlight who drew people in. She was the life of the party.  In high school, her beauty and charisma drew the attention of her school mates and Bhavna was crowned Miss Yonkers High School.  Even in high school, Bhavna was determined to explore be adventurous, and to live life to the fullest.   One story Bhavna shared was how she decided which classes she would take in high school.  She was determined never to take a typing class.  And, she made it very clear what her reason was.  Bhavna was determined never to be able to fall back into the job of being a secretary.  On the contrary, Bhavna wanted to be a trailblazer.  She could often be heard saying, "Ready Fire Aim."  Bhavna embodied the essence of determination and courage.

After graduating from high school, Bhavna was on the move to California where she took college courses and loved soaking up everything she could.  Befriending a group in California who was going to Hawaii,  Bhavna joined the group and was off on her next adventure - Hawaii.  Here she lived off the land for about a year enjoying the beauty of her teepee and the rich black sand of the beaches of Maui.  In Hawaii, she experienced an incident when someone stole her belongings; yet, and so true to her spirit,  Bhavna experienced immense liberation in this time of owning nothing.

After Hawaii, Bhavna moved to Florida.
As time moved on, Bhavna continued to dream, to challenge herself, and to overcome any and all obstacles.  She absolutely always gave everything her all. It was no surprise when at the age of 20 - when all the other little girls had already had years of ballet lessons - that Bhavna decided to pursue her love of dance and studied ballet.  She never once stopped to think how far behind she was.  Bhavna always focused on how far she could go.  And she did!  Bhavna became a ballerina, and performed on-point with a ballet company.  Touring after four years of ballet training is absolutely unheard of especially at an age when many ballerinas are retiring.  Along the way she also learned how to play the flute and the guitar.  Bhavna's success reflects her own personal commitment, dedication and her own personal motto:  NEVER GIVE UP!
At the same time, Bhavna continued her quest to know God and frequently gathered with a small circle of meditators in Florida.  In this group, she also met a 2 1/2 year old child,  Kymberly, and her mom, Naomi.  They would all remain connected for the rest of Bhavna's life.  The meditation gathering was held in a ladies exercise studio and was led by a woman who had profound experiences when her husband passed away.  It is here that Bhavna came to understand the three keys of knowing God were:  Meditation, Vegetarianism, and Celibacy.  And this understanding came to Bhavna 20 years before coming to Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga.

Bhavna's pursuit of dance training led her to Chicago where she did ballroom dancing, and where she met her husband to be, Craig.  Together, they settled in Florida, where she gave birth to her beloved son, Gabriel;  Bhavna relished every aspect of motherhood.  Along with motherhood, Bhavna continued to embrace her passion for the arts.  In addition to dancing, Bhavna loved to express herself as an actress on the stage; how thrilled she was - and how honored she felt - when cast as the leading lady in many plays.  Philosophy was yet another source of exploration for Bhavna. She explored many different philosophies, and read different scriptures about different paths to God.  Also, Bhavna spent some time in Missouri with the Unity training that is an aspect of mystical Christianity.

After a point, Bhavna made the decision to move to California with her Gabriel so she could more fully pursue her aspirations of acting.  While there, Bhavna also worked as a director and  choreographer.  At this time, and as exciting as the dreams of theater may be, Bhavna felt the intense pull of spirituality which drew her to a form of meditation - one that went beyond all the physical masks and reached to the depth of spirituality within the soul.  Ultimately, Bhavna would leave California and travel to India.  Having heard from Craig about the raja yoga meditation, Bhavna was eager to learn and decided to travel with Craig and Gabriel to India to the headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.  Always ready for any challenge, Bhavna studied and learned the entire Foundation Course while on the Airplane to India.

The knowledge Bhavna gained with this experience struck a chord deep within her, and very soon after, Gabriel and Bhavna decided to move back to Florida from California to open a Meditation Center in Delray Beach Florida with Craig.  Bhavna was the Center coordinator of the Transformation Station with the symbol of the caterpillar transforming to a butterfly at its forefront.  Soon after starting to study with the Brahma Kumaris, Bhavna had a major stroke at the age of 42, which completely paralyzed her right dominant side for some months and which partially impaired her right side of the body for the rest of her life.  So often, Bhavna told others that she absolutely "never experienced a moment of sorrow from the stroke" even though her beautiful ballerina body had now been transformed practically overnight from the steroids - medicine from which she gained 60 pounds and she now had a limp.  Such dramatic physical changes could understandably bring anger and sorrow but not for Bhavna.  She understood this experience as one of the best things that could have happened to her in the realm of spirituality.  Bhavna understood very clearly and viscerally that she was a soul with a body; she was the soul not the body. 

Overnight, Bhavna could no longer dance, her balance was off, and her physical appearance had dramatically changed.  And yet, it was precisely at this time that Bhavna came to understand - in the deepest and richest sense - precisely what true happiness really is.  Bhavna understood that we are souls with a body and not a body with a soul.  She wrote a book, The World is Full of Sorrow but You Don't Have to Be.  Impaired by her stroke but determined as ever she painstakingly used used one finger, moving over the keyboard.  

Although the effects of her stroke may have presented some challenges, Bhavna remained determined not to let any physical changes hold her back.  Always eager to learn, Bhavna picked up a paintbrush at Gabriel's urging - adjusting to using her left hand after the stroke.  As her sister always told her, "Bhavna your artistic signature is the poignancy of the soul as captured through your presentation of the eyes one look at the eyes and you knew it was a Bhavna Bhen creation."  She channeled her artistic ability into painting which she found she loved.  It was also after her stroke that Bhavna enrolled in Full Sail University and pursued a bachelor of science degree in graphic design.  Again, not one to limit herself, Bhavna graduated at the age of 60 as Valedictorian of her class, and was awarded the Advanced Achievement Award. When she delivered her acceptance speech Bhavna spoke from her heart and shared with everyone the importance of never giving up and overcoming obstacles. 
After sharing her message, everyone stood and shared their hearts with Bhavna.  After graduating, bhavna continued to stretch and to grow in her knowledge of graphic design and went on to illustrate books and work on a variety of freelance projects.   If at any time a project required technique with which Bhavna was unfamiliar, she simply did everything in her power to learn everything she could - every single project was given absolutely all she could Bhavna set her own high bar. 

Bhavna's journey of self transformation was a life-long journey.  As part of this process, and as part of the natural teacher she was, Bhavna loved to share her own experiences with the meditation students over the last 25 years.  She did so with a love and joy in her heart and remained true to her own philosophy:  the impossible can become possible...for what is not possible with God.

There are many highlights of Bhavna's life - relationships and special moments experienced with joy and love the day her beloved Gabriel stood on the beach and exchanged his wedding vows with his own beloved Suzy is an especially beautiful memory.  Her son Gabriel married Suzy on the beach in a beautiful ceremony and some Years later the birth of her precious grandson William was an overwhelming gift so like Bhavna, she poured her love for William into a beautiful lullaby that she wrote just for him.  

So many beautiful moments were shared with Craig's daughter, Malaika - who called Bhavna her beloved Meme Bhavna.  Malaika has had the privilege to train in music and dance from a young age and Bhavna so enjoyed nurturing Malaika's talent and attending Malaika's dance performances, school programs and musical recitals.

Bhavna's life is a life that she celebrated.  It is a life that she traveled with dignity, love, courage and gratitude we now celebrate your life, Bhavna.  We thank you for sharing your journey with us om shanti.

Peace and Blessings,
Kymberly Fayth

A bit about Bhavna in her own words from her website: Between the eyes

Bhavna’s inspirational paintings are only surpassed by her amazing personal triumphs. Her interests in the arts first lead her to Los Angeles as a professional actress/director and dancer/choreographer. Later she realized there was more to life, and left the glitz of Hollywood to open a meditation center in Delray Beach, Florida. Two years later at the age of forty-two she experienced a major stroke that left her dominant right side completely paralyzed for months. Years of rehabilitation followed and still she is yet to regain complete mobility and use of her right side. 
Bolstered by the practice of Raja Yoga meditation she will happily tell you that her body had a stroke but that she never did, because she never took one moments sorrow from it. In 2008, the urgency to create overtook her and at fifty-six, with a semi paralyzed hand, she picked up a paintbrush for the first time and a gifted artist was born.
She works in acrylics and mixed media and just as she lived life, likes to try everything. She has great fun experimenting with all mediums and subject matter but her favorite subject is to tell deep stories through faces. All agree there is an intensity to the work, most especially in the eyes.
Recognizing the difficulty of surviving on a small disability check and realizing that fine artists rarely make much more, at fifty-eight she enrolled at Fullsail University to earn a graphic design degree. She graduated valedictorian, May 2013 winning the coveted Advanced Achiever Award.

The power of thought is a fairly well-known concept. Less to the fore is that through which the power of thought escapes and is held up  for all to see. It is the power of vision that expresses itself through my canvas.  It matters not the subject. Be it human, animal or the fantastic, it is the eyes that reveal the soul. It is through these bright windows that the soul is laid bare. For those who have delved within, there remains no secret once the eyes have met.  

One’s vision can at once power forth the ability to heal or to injure. My paintings express the former. The world is much in need of the healing, loveful and steady vision of powerful souls. My canvas speaks to this need. Take a quiet moment, look slightly above and between the eyes, and experience the powerful peace of a pure soul.



BK Raj Behen of Amritsar Has Passed Away

16 February 2019

Divine Family,


Please receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.


Rajyogini BK Raj Didi (age- 72 years), In-charge of Amritsar Subzone of Brahma Kumaris has left her mortal body on 12-02-2019.


The last rites will be performed tomorrow on 14-02-2019 at 02.00 pm in Amritsar.


Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.  

Please watch Documentary Film (Prerana) of BK Raj Didi.


Please click the below image to view the video.




Rajayogini Raj Didi of Ludhiana Has Passed Away: Last Rites Friday, 8 February 2019

8 February 2019

Divine Family,

Please receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.

Rajayogini BK Raj Didi (age- 78 years), In-charge of Ludhiana Centre has left her mortal body on 07-02-2019. The last rites were performed on 08-02-2019 at  "Muktidham" Crematorium, near Shantivan.

Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul. 

Inspirations of Raj Didi (Hindi, 28 minutes)




Prabhuling Bhai of the Shantivan Journey Food Department left for the Subtle Regions on 28 January

30 January 2019


Om Shanti Divine Angels,


Please receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.


Rajayogi BK Prabhuling Bhai (Age-66), In-charge  of Journey Food Dept., Shantivan has left for Avyakt Vatan on 28-1-2019. The last rites have been performed  today on 29-01-2019 at  4.00 pm at Baba's Crematorium "Muktidham", near Shantivan.


Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.  See the attached photo which the details are self explanatory.

Thanks, with divine thoughts. 


On Godly Seva

Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji 





Divine Sister Shilpi of Bharuch - Zadeshwar flew to Baba on 25.01.2019

28 January 2019


Om Shanti, Divine Family


Rajayogini BK Shilpi Behnji, Bharuch - Zadeshwar who has left for Avyakt Vatan  on 25-1-2019.


Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.


On Godly Service,

BK Prabhabahen





Sister Cyneide of Toronto has passed away

17 December 2018

Dear Sisters and Brothers of the divine family,  


We would like to share with you that Sister Cyneide from Toronto left the body peacefully on January 14, 2019 by 8.00pm.


Born in Brazil, she lived and took knowledge in Guyana at the beginning of double foreign service over 40 years ago. She later moved to Toronto, Canada where she lived and served Baba for over 25 years. She had the fortune of singing for Bapdada and continued to sing for programs and functions.  She was very serviceable and had balanced life with lokik and alokik families.


Her sweet nature, smiling face and beautiful songs by her soothing voice will be missed by many.    


Please join us for a celebration of life for Cyneide Xavier onTuesday, January 22nd at the Thornton Funeral Centre, 1200 Thornton Road North, Oshawa, ON L1J 0C9:


11 am - noon:  Silent meditation  service led by the Brahma Kumaris in the chapel (please be there at 10.45)

12 - 2 .30 pm: Celebration of life and reception with tributes.


Brahma Kumaris Toronto





Beloved Dadi Rukmani of Delhi left for the Avyakt Vatan on 17 January

17 December 2018

m Shanti Divine Angels,


Receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.


Our floral tributes to Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul Brahmakumari Rajayogini Dadi Rukmini, who left for the Avyakt Vatan  on 17-1-2018 ,00.33 AM, at Global Hospital, Mount Abu.


Please do needful.


Thanks with divine thoughts.

On Godly Seva
B.K.Santha Krishna
Personnel Admin. Dept.,



Click here for report in Hindi.








BK Deepak bhai of Chandrapur Left his Mortal Body on 22nd December 2018

27 December 2018

Divine Family, Om Shanti


Our Beloved BK Deepak Bhai of Chandrapur Centre left his mortal body and went into Bapdada's Lap on 22th December 2018.


He was born on 12th March 1951. He was a Dedicated Brother of  Chandrapur Centre from 1979. 


Our heartfelt tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.




Sr. Brigitte of Guadeloupe Has Passed Away

16 November 2018

Dear European and Middle Eastern Centre Coordinators,


News of Sister Brigitte from Guadeloupe

Our sister Brigitte (mother of sister Beatrice) from Guadeloupe (French West Indies) left her body on Friday morning, 9th November. She had a severe stroke (brain) on Tuesday morning. She flew to Baba very peacefully.


Brigitte met Baba in Marseille (South of France) as she was in a deep spiritual quest, her family being very strongly into Christian religion. With her daughters, she practiced Hatha-Yoga and had a macrobiotic diet. These were the good sides in an otherwise difficult family life and domestic violence. Brigitte separated from her husband, fully supported by her children.


One day, her son Luc brought back home a poster of the ‘Yogi in Bliss’ and the next day, with her daughter Beatrice she went to the Marseille Fair, looking for the Raja-Yoga stall.


They both took the intensive 7 days-course in one week, and that was it! Her whole life since, she has been a pakka student and a tireless teacher.


Both Brigitte and Beatrice went to Madhuban in 1988, blessed with the great fortune of the last personal meetings with Avyakt BapDada. Baba asked Brigitte: ‘Do you experience Mukti and Jeewan Mukti? A life which is free from bondage is a life of happiness, free from sorrow, isn’t it?’ and then ‘You are not weak. You are a very courageous soul’.


Brigitte, a lokik teacher, got an early retirement and went to spend a whole month in London for an intensive teachers’ training with Dadi Janki, Sudesh Didi, Didi Nirmala, Jayantibhen and Sr Nikki who would translate.


A few months later, Brigitte received Dadi Kumarka’s blessings (as Dadiji was touring in France) to start Baba’s service in La Guadeloupe (French West Indies). She also became an instrument for service in Martinique and Saint Martin, helping souls to take birth and reconnect with their truth.


Everyone especially appreciated her joy, lightness, simplicity, authenticity and unlimited generosity. Tirelessly enthusiastic about sharing Baba’s knowledge, she developed various new ways of doing so, as for instance, service on the radio.


While aging, Brigitte slowly lost her capacity to hear but she never got disheartened and used this to do even more subtle service through her innocent pure mind and through her radiant face that had an impact on all.


During the last two years she had been preparing for her next birth and for a new adventure, until one morning when she had a severe stroke (brain) and after 4 short days, liberated, Brigitte flew into Baba’s lap.


The body will be exposed on Monday 12 November in the evening, with just her family. Then after a shower of rose petals, the coffin will be closed. There will then be a gathering of a few souls whom she knew, with silence and meditation and a sharing of the messages which have been sent for her. On Tuesday November 13, in the morning, her children will disperse her ashes in the sea.


In Baba’s sweet yaad,

From the French Family





Sister Bernice of UK Has Flown to Baba

9 November 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters,


News of Sister Bernice


Our dear sister Bernice left her body on 16th October after being ill for some time.  She was a loving, sweet soul and totally dedicated to Baba for the past 28 years.


Bernice was born in Ghana but once in the UK she worked in Harrods for many years. She took the Raja Yoga meditation course with Sister Nayna in Tennyson Road and within weeks became a keen pukha student, with great love for Baba and her BK life. She went to Madhuban every year except when she spent one year looking after a family member in Ghana and more recently after she became unwell.


She was a student in South London, supporting Sister Ada when it opened and together they were the foundation of Clapham, Lewisham and Greenwich service. She spent many years in Kensington and at Wembley Inner Space, where she helped in the shop and occasionally ran the women’s group. She also attended Global Co-operation House every Sunday and appreciated being with the large family.


Her manner was very royal and she was gentle, loyal, with a very lovely smile.


Please do send your loving thoughts and good wishes to such a special soul and to her special family.


In Baba's yaad


BK Jayanti


Funeral arrangements

Friday 16th November at 3.30pm

Lambeth Crematorium

29 Blackshaw Road
London SW17 0DU



Sr Sarvamangala, In-charge of Kolar Center (Karnataka - V.V.Puram Subzone) has Passed Away

9 November 2018

Divine Family,


Divine Sister BK Sarvamangala, In-charge of Kolar Centre (Karnataka - V.V.Puram Subzone) has left her body on 28th Oct. 2018.


Our heartfelt tribute to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul.




Br. Jainarain of Mahaica, Guyana Has Flown to Baba

21 October 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Brother Moolnarine Jainarain of Mahaica, Guyana, who was born in 1950 left his mortal coil on the 9th October 2018 at 10.00pm. He left behind his wife Sister Baby, four children, Navin, Anil, Dave and Annie, and eight grandchildren.

Br Jainarine who first came in contact with the Brahma Kumaris in Georgetown in 1978 took a full introduction to Baba from 20th June, 1993, after retiring from his job as a military officer.

He went to Madhuban in 1996. He started service at his home in Mahaica, in the same year. He had visions of Brahma Baba which motivated him to build a meditation place. The corner stone for the new building was laid on 10th Oct 1999 and was officially opened a year later.
In 2004, he started a new service place in Bath Settlement which is located 40 miles from his home. He continued to sustain this Gita  Pathshala until his ailing health made it impossible for him to travel. By then the students at Bath were able to sustain themselves.

He continued to participate in community programmes and projects in Mahaica. His presence at funerals was especially popular, and on those occasions he was very supportive of community members who were facing personal loss.
Along with serving in Guyana, he served in several Caribbean countries under the guidance of Sister Hemlata.
The cremation service for Brother Moolnarine Jainarain better know as Br Jainarine took place on Sunday 14th October at 9.30am.



Sister Joyce of Birmingham, UK has flown to Baba

8 October 2018

Dear Brothers & Sisters,


Loving greetings. This is to let you know that our dear Sister Joyce, originally from Birmingham and having served for many years at the Global Retreat Centre and Lighthouse Retreat Centre in Worthing, left her body today at around 3.30pm. She had been in hospital for several months. Her lokik and alokik family were with her until the last moments.


We will send more information soon.


In Baba’s yaad

Sister Jayanti



Sister Joan Fisher of Colchester flew to Baba

18 September 2018

Dear Centre Co-ordinators,


Sister Joan Fisher, a student of Colchester centre, left her body recently. She was 68 years old


She has been coming for about three years, she was very regular in the first two years coming every day for morning Murli class, she loved Baba’s knowledge and it helped her hugely in her life and family relationships. She went to Madhuban after one year.


Three months ago she had a problem with her leg whilst out walking, she was very fit and walked approximately 10 miles every day. She went to doctors who suggested she go to A&E where they did some scans etc. and found she had a tumour on her brain and also in the spine and on the lungs, it was all too far gone to do anything.


She accepted everything very easily and remained very happy during the last three months due to Baba’s knowledge of soul and her love for Baba.


She was married, her husband (George) did do the course initially but could not accept various aspects of gyan. He did however come occasionally to some monthly talks and was happy with Joan coming as he saw huge changes in her character for the good.


We are sending all our best wishes and thoughts for this special soul and her family at this time.


In Baba’s yaad, 


BK Mike

Colchester Family




News of Khandubhai of Leicester

16 September 2018

Dear Brothers & Sisters,


This is to share the news that Khandhubhai Kataria from Leicester left the physical body on Saturday 11 August at home. It was heart failure and was sudden and instant, although he had suffered from ill health for some time.


Khandubhai was born in Gujarat, India in 1956, and originally took gyan in 1974 in Pandav Bhavan from Jagdishbhai who gave him the 7-day course. He was on a mountaineering trip from university which was cancelled due to poor weather which led to him finding Madhuban and taking gyan. Although he wished to lead a Brahmin life, his father and family forbade him from having anything to do with the BKs, but he did continue to meditate in secret regardless.


He came to settle in Leicester in 1979 and married Charuben in 1980. In 1981 both Khandubhai and Charuben took the course again.  Khandubhai introduced all aspects of gyan, dharna and diet to both his children Swati and Suraj when they were born. He instilled in them a great sense of spiritual importance and encouragement in pursuit of spiritual truths, optimistic perspectives and an overall betterment of themselves. Khandubhai believed in gender equality, and taught both of his children how to cook and also change a fuse and carry out basic DIY! He ran his business in partnership with Charuben until his health deteriorated.


Khandubhai was a serviceable hand and helped in Loughborough centre, fitting carpets and helping out in various ways. He sewed bed covers, throws and curtains in his factory for GRC when it first opened.


When he developed ill health he would still go to Baba’s house in Leicester every day by taking 2 buses to get to the Centre and then spend a little time in Baba’s room. When his health deteriorated further he still continued to read murli daily at home.


Khandubhai’s funeral took place on Monday 20 August at Leicester Crematorium.  We send all our good wishes and love, in Baba's remembrance, to such a special soul and his family.


With love,

In Baba's remembrance

BK Jayanti




Sreenivas Bhai of Gyan Sarovar Has Left His Body

15 September 2018

Om Shanti Divine Angels,


Receive the sweet remembrances of Dadi Ratan Mohini Ji and all Madhuban Niwasis.


See the attached photo which the details are self explanatory.


Our floral tributes to the Bapdada's lovely and serviceable departed soul

Beloved B.K.Sreenivas Bhai, of Gyan Sarovar Dinning Hall (Madhuban)  has Left for Avyakt Vatan at 7:40 AM on 25th Aug. 2018.


Thanks with divine thoughts,


Personnel Admin. Dept.,





Sister Denise of Avignon, France has flown to Baba

15 September 2018

Our dear Sister Denise took gyan in Avignon in 1990. Elder sister of 8, it seems her whole life had been destined for her to express her caring nature, her kindness, her deep sanskars of altruistically helping and serving others, her innate ability to organize and plan things, as well as her now legendary efficiency and sense of responsibility.


A mother of three sons, she had worked as a social worker and then as a supervisor managing teams of social workers.


Very quickly, she was totally surrendered to Baba, with full unshakeable faith, and love for Baba’s murli and yoga. Very silent and incognito, selfless and absolutely tireless, she was the perfect embodiment of the instrument and the trustee, a real pillar for Baba’s family. Everyone knew she was benevolent, genuine, faithful, 100% trustworthy and reliable.


Pure and kind, she was tremendously courageous, powerful and determined. A very balanced and independent Shiv Shakti, full of vitality. Baba was her world and she got all her energy from Him. Until the very end, she did not want to give up.


Denise has been sustained by seniors and was especially touched by Dadi Janki’s personal message she got in April via Hansabhen:

Dadi said Denise values herself and fights for what she believes in, beauty in Brahman life. She is my friend "Sakhi" and is "Sachi" truthful. A sister who will not give up her dream to become like Bapsaman, regardless of how sick she may be. Dadi said that the presence of such souls makes the atmosphere one of love and care. Dadi's and Baba's powerful hand of blessings will take away all the pain. Dadi is sending her lots of love.


Denise was in charge of Baba’s retreat place near Avignon, after running the centre there for many years and helping a lot in Paris and Lyon centres.


We will remember her for her big inclusive heart, her accuracy in following shrimat, her simplicity, as well as her constant attention to generate harmony and a powerful spiritual atmosphere.


Our grateful thoughts accompany this great soul in her journey towards her new part with love and light.

Denise liked very much this photo taken last May.


The funeral will take place on Thursday 30 August.

French Family




Passing Away of Vallabhbhai of Madhuban

10 September 2018

Beloved Avyakt BapDada’s deeply loving, yagya protector instrument teachers and all Brahmin brothers and sisters who are the decoration of the Brahmin clan, please accept love-filled sweet Godly remembrance from Madhuban. 


Our dearly beloved Vallabhbhai who took sustenance from our beloved sakar BapDada, and dearly loved by the Dadis, took knowledge at a young age in Patna.  As soon as you took knowledge, you became engaged in service with the Dadis.  You came to the yagya in 1967 and receiving beloved sakar BapDada’s sustenance, you were tirelessly co-operative in all types of service of the yagya.  You were a yagya protector, had deep love for the yagya, and always played the part of “ha ji” and thereby were worthy to received blessings from all seniors.  At first, you looked after the milk department and you had a very loving relationship with the milkman from the villages.  Because of having special contact with the people of Orea and Salgaon, you were instrumental in purchasing the land of Peace Park and Gyan Sarovar.


At present, you were the instrument for purchasing economically all the things used in Bholanath’s bhandara.  As well as purchasing grains, you were also the instrument to purchase diesel petrol, cooking oil and all other varieties of things, and because of this you had a very loving relationship with all brothers and sisters everywhere.  Your speciality was being very sweet in your language, being harmonious, being respectful to all and making them co-operative in service. Whatever special service was to take place in the yagya, you were also ever-ready to help.

For some time, you had been a diabetic patient and you also had a heart problem.  Nevertheless, being carefree, you were always engaged in service regardless of all of this.  Since the last couple of months, your health got worse.  Yesterday, 8th September, you were taken from the Global Hospital to the Apollo Hospital in Ahmedabad.  You had two heart attacks at about 10.30 pm, and completing your 71 years in this body, you left your old body and went into Baba’s lap.


The body was brought to Abu the same night.  Tomorrow afternoon, 10th September, the body will be taken on a special pilgrimage of the four places and then kept in Shantivan at 3.00 pm for the special tribute.  At 4.00 pm, the final rites and cremation will take place by the river.


Everyone will definitely give their loving tribute of special yoga for such a tireless server and protector of the yagya.  Achcha.


Lots of remembrance to all.

Om  shanti.


Short documentary in Hindi (under 7 minutes) as a tribute for Vallabhbhai on you tube. Click below image to view the video.



Click here for tribute in Hindi.


Tribute to Vallabh bhai

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Om Shanti.


Today our beloved Vallabh DadaJi's mortal coil has been disappeared into the five elements of nature. He left behind the mantra of 'Eknami & Economy' and an example of selfless service for all BKs.  He was introduced to the Brahma Kumaris movement in 1959 when he was only 12 years old and got the wonderful opportunity to interact with the founding Father Brahma Baba and later he surrendered in front of the will of Lord at the age of 20. 


He shouldered many responsibilities inside the Yagya and always earned the blessings and love of Dadi's and seniors through his economical and balanced approach in every sewa he undertook. 


I cherish the memory of 50 years of togetherness and gratefully remember his special love towards Godlywood Studio and its activities and always remained a staunch supporter of studio in ups and downs. Along with TEAM Godlywood I pay homage to the phenomenal sewadhari and acclaimed Yogi. (Please find attached a collage of beautiful memories of pleasant and vibrant Vallabh Dada in Studio)


IBY, With Warm Regards,


BK Harilal

Executive Director

Godlywood Studio






Dadi Kamalmani of Delhi Krishna Nagar has Passed Away

3 September 2018

From the breath of BapDada's love to all instrument teachers and brothers and sisters who are the decoration of the Brahmin clan and who keep the atmosphere powerful with their good wishes and pure feelings:


The foundational souls of the Yagya, our most beloved Dadis who are the light of BapDada's eyes, those who are continuously giving us spiritual sustenance and moving us forward on the path -- only a few such pillars of the Yagya remain. Today (28 August 2018), one of these original jewels of BapDada's heart throne, Dadi Kamalmani, left her 92-year old body and went into BapDada's lap.  She had been hospitalized in Delhi Parth hospital 2-3 days before. Her health had been slowly going down and today at 10:10 pm she left her corporeal body and joined the Advance Party.


Kamalmani Dadi was an efficient administrator of 87 service centers. She began leaving the imprint of her tireless service on the hearts of everyone in Krishnapur center near Lucknow. However, recently she had been serving in Jamanpur, near Delhi. 


On 29th August her corporeal body was kept in Krishna Nagar center where everyone was able to offer respect to the departed soul. At noon, at the Nigambodh Ghat Cremation Ground, in the presence of the Brahmin family, her funeral rites were completed. 


All centres are requested to do special meditation for offering love-filled respect to BapDada's cherished and lovable Dadi, who was one of the foundational souls and protectors of the Yagya.





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